Original Articles on Understanding Gun Violence from a Family Perspective

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Gun violence has been a topic of recent considerable attention, and in response, NCFR called upon family scholars and practitioners to create original articles to aid in the understanding and prevention of gun violence from a family perspective.

The results were published in the winter 2018 Family Focus section of NCFR Report and the fall 2018 issue of CFLE Network.

The authors of these collections explore ways to respond as family scholars and practitioners, including direct interactions with individuals and families, improved training of professionals, and public policy recommendations.

The following articles are temporarily open to the general public.

From NCFR Report:

From CFLE Network:

Find more articles from our publications at the links below (some articles may be available to NCFR members or CFLEs only, and require website login to access): 

CFLE Network: Fall 2018 

NCFR Report: Winter 2018 

Access to all Family Focus articles is a benefit of NCFR membership. Access to all CFLE Network newsletter articles is a benefit for those who hold the Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) credential.